On The Road

The Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra is available for bookings world-wide in 2018-2020

With dozens of national and international tours over the past 25 years, the Philadelphia Virtuosi has dazzled audiences from Los Angeles to New York’s Lincoln Center and from Rio de Janeiro to Moscow’s iconic Tchaikovsky Hall. Their unique and powerful performances have re-defined the classical music experience. Founder and Music Director Daniel Spalding, recognized as “one of the most innovative conductors on today’s music scene” is offering a new touring show designed to leave audiences not just entertained, but enthralled.

Teaming up with sensational Flamenco dancer Liliana Ruiz and acclaimed pianist Gabriela Imreh, Daniel Spalding and his 24 piece orchestra includes a unique makeup of strings, harp, and five virtuoso percussionists performing on over 50 instruments. Add to that the amazing footwork, the clatter of the castanets and the brilliant costumes of Liliana Ruiz, and we have an exciting and unique interpretation of Bizet’s “Carmen” as arranged by Russian composer Rodin Shchedrin – his most played and most famous work. The Philadelphia Virtuosi’s recording of this work on Arabesque was a Grammy finalist.

The program continues with Three Tangos by Astor Piazzolla, Argentina’s most revered composer, again using drums, marimbas and xylophones to bring forth the authentic flavor and syncopated rhythms of the music. Then, Gabriela Imreh joins the group for Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story Suite for solo piano, strings, harp, and percussion. This is a tour de force unlike anything you have heard before; the tenderness of the piano in Maria, the heartfelt strings in Somewhere, the driving percussion in Mambo and America. The music of West Side Story comes alive with new color and vibrancy. A huge finale will bring down the house with a clamoring for encores – just what happened for a packed Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. Special lighting completes the package – this is a concert that will surprise and delight your audience. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by.

For all bookings in North America please contact:

Jim Murtha at Gurtman Murtha Associates Inc. , 1 Penn Plaza, 36th floor, New York, NY 10119 Phone: (212) 729-6010 or (212) 967-7350, gmartists@aol.com.

A worker recognizes our bus in Cordoba, Argentina

A worker recognizes our bus in Cordoba, Argentina

For international bookings please contact:

LATIN AMERICA FAS ARTS Management, 230 Ashland Place, 26B, Brooklyn, New York 11217, Tel: (718) 799-5163, info@fasartsmanagement.com 

MEXICO & CENTRAL AMERICA Jahel de Quesada Tel: 305-420-5688 email: jahel.danielconcerts@gmail.com


Our poster outside Moscow's Tchaikovsky Hall.

Our poster outside Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Hall.

Elena Palash
Director of Concert Programs/
Moscow State Philharmonic Society
Tel: +7(495) 699-76-38
Tel: +7(495) 699-64-46
Fax: +7(495) 650-43-34
E-mail: epalash@bk.ru

Postal address:
Elena Palash,  Moscow State Philharmonic Society Tverskaya str. 31 Moscow, 125009 Russia 

ITALY Alexander Djinov, President Virtuosi Artists Management (USA) Tel: (469) 462-1842 djinov@gmail.com

SERBIA AND CENTRAL EUROPE Petar Bursac Independent Agent, Novi Sad, Serbia petar.bursac@gmail.com

TURKEY Murat Gurol Orion Production, Concert Promotion & Artist Management Company Kopru sok. Tunc Sitesi B1:3 D:6 Tarabya 34457 Istanbul Tel: country code (90) 212 262 59 62 mgurol@orionproduction.com

A happy sell-out audience leaving the Teatro de Libertador in Cordoba, Argentina

A happy sell-out audience leaving the Teatro de Libertador in Cordoba, Argentina

 London Observer

 “Well played and enjoyable”
 Chicago Tribune

“Pianist, Orchestra Mesmerizing” (headline)
 Montana Standard

“Let’s bring the Philadelphia Virtuosi back soon. It is magnificent”
 San Bernardino County Sun

“As rocking as one could imagine a chamber orchestra could get”
 Bermuda Sun

“Daniel Spalding and the orchestra performed with extraordinary virtuosity”
 Voce Vai, Brazil

“Staggering beauty…was conveyed with amazing precision and concentration”
 Philadelphia City Paper

“With her husband conducting [they] brought the audience to its feet in rapturous response”
 Trenton Times

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